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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    Yay! Goo yooooou! Start with a party (online are easy and fun)- see how you go! I bought my kit for half price because of my party
    Your best bet would be to find a consultant who would do your party and flip it to you if you joined. That way you would get the commission of of your party and you'd get all the host rewards too. If you host a party and join afterwards, all of your potential first customers (family and friends) have already bought from a different consultant and your launch party may not go as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by believa View Post
    I joined as a consultant mainly for myself. I've had a couple of outside orders but I'm not a pushy person. I'm already at close to that prv. In order to stay active though I think you're supposed to have 200prv per month, but I haven't managed that. I signed up for a year of website just in case but my accountant will sort it all out at tax time.
    You only need the 200 prv per month to get commissions from the sales of anyone you sign up.

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    Even in a small town you might be surprised, there's been a tonne of interest around. I would do like someone else mentioned and host your own launch party as if your friends and family buy then they buy from you. I've done some online and some in home parties and I actually enjoy both. The online parties can be a little less popular, but I have a theory of once people try them properly they will love them as much as I do so that's where online can be harder. In the U.S. I was told They do 70% of their sales from online parties, but in our first two months apparently we had been 80% in home. I would say this will shift as online parties become more popular though.

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    Ok I have joined the craze but I'm fairly traditional in my style. Mai Tai for my first attempt... I hope they last!
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    Current jamz, topped with trushine.

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    Is true shine just a lacquer? Do they last longer with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Is true shine just a lacquer? Do they last longer with it?
    Gel enamel system. A lot of people say they do last longer; because you cap the ends of your nails it stops lifting at the fingertips.

    Is anyone buying any of the throwbacks today? I kind of want to, but at the same time money is tight and there are none that I absolutely LOVE...

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    What do you mean throwbacks?
    I just received a kit for Xmas with a few different types and even the mini heater. Yay! So I am gonna have my first go today! Wish me luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozby View Post
    What do you mean throwbacks?
    I just received a kit for Xmas with a few different types and even the mini heater. Yay! So I am gonna have my first go today! Wish me luck!
    The last 12 months of the sister styles plus a further 6 selections are available in Aus/nz today only for our big Boxing Day sale.

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